Paul Doherty

The Mansions of Murder

By Paul Doherty - Published 2017

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

In this 18th Brother Athelstan mystery, England in the late autumn of 1381 is moving on from the Peasants’ Revolt. In the London slums ...Read Review

A Pilgrimage to Murder

By Paul Doherty - Published 2017

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

England, summer 1381. The Peasants’ Revolt has been put down, and at every crossroads are gibbets whereon hang the bodies of the losers gathered ...Read Review

The Great Revolt: A Brother Athelstan Medieval Mystery

By Paul Doherty - Published 2016

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

This is the tenth Brother Athelstan mystery in the series, and Doherty delivers crime and politics in equal measure. In 1381, his “diminutive Dominican” ...Read Review

Roseblood

By Paul Doherty - Published 2014

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1455, the seamier side of London: pestilence and threats of war (the uncivil kind) between the Houses of York and Lancaster with the throne ...Read Review

The Book of Fires

By Paul Doherty - Published 2015

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

This 14th-century crime novel is the 14th book in the Brother Athelstan Medieval Mystery series. A beautiful widow is horrifically executed for the ...Read Review

The Last of Days

By Paul Doherty - Published 2013

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The Last of Days transports us to the final three months in the life of Henry VIII, as recorded by Will Somers, the ...Read Review

The Midnight Man

By Paul Doherty - Published 2012

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

This is the seventh in a series by Doherty that uses the clever structure of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales on which to weave ...Read Review

Nightshade

By P. C. Doherty - By Paul Doherty - Published 2008Published 2011

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

In this, the 16th of the Hugh Corbett medieval mysteries, Doherty has poor Hugh out on the road again at the behest of ...Read Review

The Templar

By P. C. Doherty - By Paul Doherty - Published 2010

Genres:

Adventure

The astonishing events of the First Crusade are the subject of P. C. Doherty’s newest novel The Templar, which is slightly misnamed ...Read Review

The Spies of Sobeck

By P. C. Doherty - By Paul Doherty - Published 2009Published 2010

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

Pharaoh Hatshepsut, or Hatusu as she is called in this novel, is facing the toppling of her throne in Egypt of 1477 BC. A ...Read Review

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